• Career Center

    We Are Still Here!

    Like many other institutions, Syracuse University is implementing on-campus social distancing protocols due to COVID-19. However, the Palmer Career Center remains committed to providing the full level of services, to the best of our ability, to all of our students, alumni, employers and partners. Until the protocols are lifted, we are moving to virtually provided services as of Friday, March 13, 2020 and will not be taking any in-person appointments or holding in-person events.

    Appointments

    Appointments will be conducted by email, phone and virtually. To set one up, email us at careers@maxwell.syr.edu

    Jobs and Internships

    Jobs and internships will continue to be posted on Handshake. Search for jobs using the words “Maxwell Graduate” to see those sent to our office. Also, watch the Maxwell School LinkedIn Group for additional jobs and discussions.

    Programs and Events

    Our office will be setting up virtual webinars and sessions on topics relevant to the job search. Please watch your email for more information.

    Social Media and Communications

    Continue to follow our Instagram and Twitter accounts for job search information. Our newsletters will continue to come to you via email. We will update our website when new information is available.


    Job Postings

    All of our jobs are now posted on Handshake, instead of OrangeLink.


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  • Commitment to Inclusion

    The Maxwell School stands in support of all students demanding change in the face of racism and hate speech on our campus. We are committed to making our school and our university a more inclusive and just community for all.

    There is absolutely no place here for behavior or language that degrades any individual or group’s race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, disability or religious beliefs.

  • Value of Our MPA & MAIR

    97%
    2018 MPA Graduates Employment Rate

    100%
    2018 MAIR Graduates Employment Rate

    Our Maxwell graduates enter the job market as competitive candidates—and succeed.

    >> View the breakdown by sectors.